Daily Archives: March 16, 2013

Congressional Medal Proposed for Ex-SEALs Killed in Benghazi

[Translate] Congressional Medal Proposed for Ex-SEALs Killed in Benghazi By Lee Ferran @leeferran Mar 15, 2013 11:32am Two former Navy SEALs who were killed responding to the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya last September could be honored with a Congressional … Continue reading

Posted in Casualties, Libya | Tagged , | Leave a comment

POGO Implores FAR Council to Toughen Anti-Trafficking Contracting Regulations

[Translate] POGO Implores FAR Council to Toughen Anti-Trafficking Contracting Regulations March 12, 2013 Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council Office of Federal Procurement Policy Office of Management and Budget 725 17th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20503 Subject: Public Comments on Protections Against … Continue reading

Posted in Control, Fraud/Waste/Abuse | Tagged , | Leave a comment

The Man, The Girl and the Jeep AIA: Nelson Rockefeller’s Precursor Non-Profit Model for Private U.S. Foreign Aid

[Translate]  Mexico and the World Vol. 6, No 1 (Winter 2001) The Man, The Girl and the Jeep AIA: Nelson Rockefeller’s Precursor Non-Profit Model for Private U.S. Foreign Aid  Margaret C. Boardman, Ph.D.Pepperdine University School of Public PolicyPROFMEX – Washington, D.C. … Continue reading

Posted in Academic, Outsourcing/Privatization | Tagged , | Leave a comment

A Global Compact for Mercenaries?

[Translate] A Global Compact for Mercenaries? – February 18, 2013 “We’re not sure we want to participate in a process that legitimizes something we are not sure should be legitimate.” That was the response of a top NATO government official … Continue reading

Posted in Control | Tagged | Leave a comment